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How to Explore the Fashion Capital London

London is internationally regarded as a mecca for fashion. Those who appreciate exceptional designs, sophisticated looks and distinctive styles would be wise to turn their attention to the English capital city. 

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Whether you want to refine your closet or are seeking design inspiration for your own collection, it is hard not to be inspired when in the Big Smoke. If you are set to pay a visit to this incredible city, read the following advice on how to explore the fashion capital, London.

Belstaff SS19

Don’t Miss Out on the Finest Stores

You will need a heavy wallet when in London, as the city is home to some of the finest stores in the world, such as:

  • Paul Smith
  • Burberry
  • Liberty
  • Selfridges
  • Alexander McQueen
  • Louis Vuitton

To find the best stores in the city, ensure you visit Bond Street, Knightsbridge, The King’s Road, and Convent Garden Market. What’s more, you also can take your pick from bargain brands and designer clothing on Oxford Street.

Paul Smith AW19

Experience the Atmosphere of Old Spitalfields

If you are a passionate fashion lover looking for fun London things to do, you should look no further than Old Spitalfields. It is a must-visit destination for those who want to fill their closet with the best clothing designs in London. 

The historic market offers a bustling atmosphere, with fashion lovers from across the UK and abroad exploring various stalls to buy beautiful evening wear, classic jeans, and modern accessories.

Jason Oung shots Harry Bullen in London

Make Your Way to Savile Row

Men who appreciate sleek, tailor-made clothing must make their way to the world-respected Savile Row. Not only can you buy a bespoke suit from a talented tailor using the finest materials, but you can also view various classic styles that continue to influence international design. The most famous stores you will find along Savile Row include:

  • Henry Poole & Co
  • Gieves & Hawkes
  • Richard James
  • Abercrombie
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Pay a Visit to the Fashion and Textile Museum

London has played an integral role in the fashion industry throughout history, and you can learn about the city’s influence during a visit to the Fashion and Textile Museum, which is located on Bermondsey Street.

Currently in London model Matt van de Sande is portrayed by photographer Markus Lambert.

It is hard to miss the bright pink and yellow building when in the city, and you could spend many an hour exploring the exhibits, which feature a timeline of UK fashion that details the most influential fashion trends in history. The museum also regularly provides both courses and workshops to inspire the next generation of fashion designers.

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Be Inspired at The Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum has become a popular spot for fashion designers, fashion lovers and artists, as it offers the biggest collection of decorative arts and designs on the planet.

Vivienne Westwood

To feel inspired, visit the famous fashion exhibition, which has been deemed as the best in the world by many, as it showcases exceptional international trends and designs. It also features a fashion timeline throughout the ages so that you can learn more about different fashion eras and cultures.

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